Southwest Native Star design is handcrafted on copper in this colorful copper artwork, then inlaid on these unique lockets. The Native American Southwest Star with eight points symbolizes hope and guidance through troubled times. When enclosed in other Native American patterns such as the cloud design depicted here it represents protection.
The Southwest Butterfly symbol in the center of this unique locket artwork represents everlasting life, change and renewal. The bright color combination goes great with western wear.
These unique lockets feature this Southwest Native fetish bear design. The Bear Fetish is the Guardian of the West and is associated with great strength, power and healing. The great protector the Sacred Bear represents strength, self-knowledge and the ability to transform passions into true wisdom.
This colorful design is inspired by Southwest Native weaving patterns. In the center is the butterfly symbol which represents rebirth, regeneration and joy. The bold and vibrant colors on this handcrafted locket are lively and will add a splash of color to your wardrobe.
Colorful Native American Southwest weaving pattern inspired design is handcrafted on copper then inlaid on these exceptional locket necklaces. In Native American culture symbols were a medium of expression that would often convey a message.
Southwest sun design is handcrafted, silver plated and diamond cut on copper artwork and mounted on this unique locket. The Sun is considered a symbol of growth as the sun gives light and heat that sustain life on earth. The Native American Indians had the highest regard for the sun and as a mark of respect they performed the sun dance.
Copper artwork is created in colorful Northwest Native eagle design and mounted onto these unique lockets. The Eagle in the Northwest Native American culture represents keen eyesight and vision that allow you to focus on and attain your goals.
This unique locket is handcrafted in colorful Pacific Northwest Native eagle totemic artwork. The Northwest Eagle totem carries the power of intuition and creativeness, along with the powers of healing and spirit. His spirit transcends personal problems and symbolizes becoming one with the Greater Spirit.
Inspired by Northwest Native art this butterfly locket is created in beautiful shades of reds and blues with silver plating and diamond cut on copper. The Butterfly symbolizes metamorphosis, transformation, grace and the ability to accept change.
Exceptional lockets with colorful Northwest Native American inspired hummingbird artwork that is handcrafted, silver plated and diamond cut on copper. Hummingbirds represent friendship, playfulness and is a symbol of good luck in Northwest Coastal Native art.
Unique locket necklaces in Southwest Native inspired pattern are handcrafted on copper, silver plated and diamond cut to add that extra sparkle to every outfit. A great unique gift with southwest flair.
Unique handmade lockets artwork is handcrafted on copper in Native Southwest Turtle design. The turtle is an old, sacred figure in Native American culture that represents Mother Earth. The Southwest Native Turtle symbolizes self-reliance, tenacity, protection and longevity. The Turtle will help you to persevere and achieve all your dreams through hard work.
These unique lockets feature a multicolored Native Southwest Kokopelli artwork that is inspired by scratch art that we created in elementary school. Kokopelli is a fertility deity that presides over agriculture. Kokopelli plays his flute to chase away the winter and bring about spring.
Colorful Southwest Native inspired American buffalo artwork is handcrafted, silver plated and diamond cut on copper which is inlaid on this unique locket. The American buffalo has become a symbol of survival. This buffalo fetish design represents endurance and longevity, and will enable you to overcome obstacles to achieve success in your life.
You will love the vivid colors on this Inukshuk locket. The Inukshuk, that has become a symbol of Canada, is groups of stacked stones usually in human form have been used by the people of the North for thousands of years.
Handcrafted lockets feature this colorful Inukshuk with a midnight sky background. The Inukshuk was built along treeless horizons and these landmarks helped travelers navigate on land and water. These beacons of the North have now been adapted as symbols of friendship, reminding us that we all depend on one another.